An anti-gay activist has complained that people pay more attention to another activist, because he is better looking.
Robert Oscar Lopez, who has previously said same-sex parents are a “crime against humanity” akin to slavery, is upset that more people paid attention to his fellow speaker at a conference, and claims it’s because he was cuter.
He made the comments about Ryan Anderson, of the Heritage foundation, who spoke at the same Stanford University conference.
He said: “The queer students showed up looking very Wall Street with their collared office shirts and executive-boardroom mannerisms.
“They flocked to Ryan Anderson with commentary, but then when I presented, they sat quietly through the talk, asked no questions, and left.
“Did they not have any interest in arguing with me or talking to me?
“These ‘queer”students had no interest in me other than as an effigy to burn. They were drawn immediately to Ryan Anderson’s prep school looks and Princeton charm.
“It seemed that it would be easier for the queer students to give up their same-sex attraction than it would be to give up their attraction to privileged metro power-brokers similar to themselves.”
Lopez had claimed previously that gay surrogacy would “transform a birth certificate from a document recording where a child came from into a bill of sale and contract for ownership of human chattel.”